Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Teoh Beng Hock Inquest-Tell Me If You're Still Not Convince that MACC is indeed a BN's Tool

I would like bring for the attention of all Malaysians and the the rest of the people in this world on how Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC or can be meant Malaysian Anti-Chinese Commission or Malaysian Authority for Cow and Car) working it all out to oust Pakatan government in Selangor after they used the same strategy in Perak.
According to the article written in Malaysian Mirror, the total amount of monies donated to DAP by the four companies were RM 26K . How much is this compared to the RM10M donated by Datuk Seri Tiong to MCA. Did we hear any of the parties (donor and the recipient) being investigated by MACC until the wee hours?
Taib Mahmud the longest serving Chief Minister, was accused by international newspaper and al-jazeera recieving kickbacks and siphoning government monies worth millions of ringgit, but did we hear MACC started the investigation on him? MACC should start the investigation now and Dont wait until the old man died.DO IT NOW BEFORE IT WAS TOO LATE!
Continue your reading below.

(Malaysian Mirror) - The inquest into the death of Teoh Beng Hock took a political turn when allegations surfaced that four companies had given kickbacks to the DAP and some branches in Selangor. Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission officer Mohd Anuar Ismail testified that the information was obtained from four documents printed from Teoh’s laptop and his recorded statement with Selangor MACC officer Mohd Nazri Ibrahim. Anuar, who took the stand again as the inquest entered Day 14 on Wednesday, said this when questioned by lawyer Abdul Razak Musa, who is representing the MACC. Approval allegedly by Teoh and Yong At the outset of the day’s proceedings, coroner Azmil Muntapha Abas had allowed an application made by lawyer Salim Bashir for state executive councilor Ean Yong Hian Wah to sit in the court so that he could listen to the testimony of the MACC officer. The late Teoh was Yong’s political secretary. Teoh, 30, was found dead at the fifth floor corridor of the Plaza Masalam here on July 16. He had been questioned earlier by officers of the MACC, which has its Selangor office on the 14th floor of the building. Anuar told the court that MACC investigations showed the following companies received projects that allegedly went to Teoh and Ean Yong for approval: (a) Fizami Construction (21 projects worth RM147,812) (b) Haris Enterprise (14 projects worth RM88,275.30), (c) MNKN Enterprise (six projects worth RM50,765) (d) MA Bina Melur (seven projects worth RM69, 010). Commissions to DAP and branches

Anuar said the investigation also found that four companies had given commissions to the DAP and its Serdang Aman and Bandar Sungai Long branches. He named the companies as WSK Services, Hong Chee Enterprise, Saharun Enterprise and Sharideen Enterprise. The commissions given totalled RM25, 546.56.
Lawyer Gobind Singh Deo objected to the line of questioning, saying that Abdul Razak had breached what was agreed on Tuesday, which was for the inquest to stay within the statement taken from Anuar by investigating officer ASP Ahmad Nazri Zainal. Gobind, who is holding a watching brief for Teoh’s family, said Abdul Razak was using the inquest as a platform to talk about the entire investigation by the MACC.
“We have nothing to hide. We can bring our witnesses and justify the allegations by Anuar. “His allegations are baseless. It is unfair for my deceased client,” Gobind told the coroner.
'Damage has been done'
However, Abdul Razak told the court that the result of the investigation by the MACC is important to establish Teoh’s state of mind. Government-appointed lawyer Tan Hock Chuan intervened and asked for a short break for all interested parties to have a discussion.
Gobind was not satisfied and again objected. “No! The damage has been done. “The allegations about DAP has been put on record. Teoh did nothing wrong. But this inquest has turned into a corruption trial of Teoh Beng Hock.”
MACC's night interrogations
The court granted a short recess, after which Anuar took the stand again to explain why the MACC sometimes conducts night interrogation. He said some witnesses who hold day jobs choose to be interrogated at night so it will not interfere with their work. He added that some witnesses choose not to be seen at the MACC office for their own reasons so they choose the night time to have their statements recorded. “The MACC office is open 24 hours,” he said. Asked by Abdul Razak why he did not lodge a police report straightaway after finding Teoh’s body, he said he believed the first person who found Teoh had done so. At the time when he saw the body, he said, there were already many people gathering on the fifth floor of the building.
Argument in washroom
To another question by Abdul Razak, Anuar told the court that an MACC officer, Bulkani Paharuddin, had told him that he had seen Teoh arguing with another witness in the man’s washroom at the MACC office at about 2am on July 16. He said the other person was Tan Boon Wah, a Kajang municipal councillor, who was one of the four witnesses present at the MACC office that night.
MACC and Abdul Razak, the lawyer that representing them must be aware that they are against the rakyat and not the Pakatan Rakyat. You are paid by the rakyat and not by Barisan Nasional..this must be made clear to MACC.
One day or less than 5 years from now, I am confident that Pakatan Rakyat will take over the federal government from BARISAN NASIONAL , by then we will re-open the file. To prevent yourself from being charged or come into trouble in the future, just do your work by the book.Dont become a dog for someone whatever the reason. Remember you have lost your credibility and people trust!
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Keputusan Pilihanraya Permatang Pasir - BN Candidate Blamed Chinese For the Defeat

Permatang Pasir, August 25, 2009.
It was officially announced that PAS candidate defeated BN by 4451 majority. Barisan Nasional (BN) candidate Rohaizat Othman today hinted that one of the factors that could have caused his defeat was the “failure of the Chinese community to fulfill their promises of support”, in an indication that the racial rhetoric played and used against their rivals by the ruling coalition may have backfired. Rohaizat lost to PAS Penang commissioner Mohd Salleh Man by a 4,551 majority. The former garnered 5,061 votes while the PAS leader more or less retained their majority, considering the drop in voter turnout compared to the general elections last year, by raking in 9,618 votes. Speaking to a press conference here, Rohaizat revealed that his campaign's observation indicated that the support from the Chinese community here was dissapointing. “I am saddened by the fact that the Chinese community here have failed to fulfill their vows of support. They have failed to understand the concept of development that BN is trying to bring to the people of Permatang Pasir,” said Rohaizat. The Umno man, however, refused to elaborate why he thought Chinese support was not forthcoming, saying that he would leave it to the central leadership to conduct a post-mortem to reveal the reasons. “It's premature for me to give any reasons now,” he added. The Chinese make up 27 per cent of Permatang Pasir's population. BN have engaged in a vigorous attempt to regain much of the non-Malay votes that went to Pakatan Rakyat. BN have tried to depict their election rival PAS as a threat to the Chinese by using sensitive issues like the pig abbatoir closure in Kedah and beer sale issue in Selangor against the Islamist party. Analysts believe BN were making inroads among the Chinese here but efforts to translate them into votes faltered after Rohaizat's disbarment apparently became a deterrent. But as for the Malay votes, Rohaizat said the number of votes gained by both sides showed just a slight difference from that of the general elections outcome. The former Permatang Pasir assemblyman, the late Datuk Mohd Hamdan Abdul Rahman won with a 5,433 majority when he gained 11,004 votes against BN's Ahmad Sahar Shuib who managed to garner 5,571 votes. “So today's result show that as far as Malay support is concerned, it is still very much the same,” he said. BN deputy chairman Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yasin also thought that, in terms of Malay support, their voting pattern remained the same but claimed the ruling coalition had made slight gains. “Our studies have shown that there is not much difference in voting pattern. There are slight differences but are nominal ones,” he said, adding that the ruling coalition accepted the defeat with an open heart.
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